Radiance of the Seas Review

14 night cruise N.Z. to Australia

Review for Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Radiance of the Seas
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Value for Money
Public Rooms
Fitness & Recreation

Additional details

Sail Date: Jan 2018
Cabin: Family Ocean View Stateroom

Our first on RCCL however we had done our fair share of cruise around the world with different cruise lines.

Over all the ship was OK

Food was very good in (included) eating laces). The buffet had great amount to chose from.Better than Princess.The main dining room was very quashed with no room between tables. Breakfast service was a shambles some morning in the dining room.

Cabin Review

Family Ocean View Stateroom

Cabin FO

Light and kept tidy twice a day.The carpet was grubby looking.

No hair conditioner provided and soap had to be asked for at one stage.

No night chocolates.

Very hard beds.

Though a 4 berth cabin ,there were only two of us.Limited wardrobe space would have made it hard for 4 people.

Port Reviews


Free shuttle by port company to CBD, easy to walk around


A very long pier ,Radiance of the Seas said wheel chairs would be on shore to help long lines at customs....they lied.

Newcastle (Australia)

Free shuttle into CBD by dock company,nice town and shore for a short visit


RCCL did not provide free shuttle into town !

Lovely small city to walk around and visit local attractions

5 Helpful Votes
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